There's a group on YouTube called the Auralnauts who take scenes from movies, and dub in funny audio. And since the new"Hobbit" movie comes out on Friday, they posted a new video yesterday where they redo 10 scenes from the first one.
And they've got other videos that are worth checking out too, including a great one from last December, where Bane from "The Dark Knight Rises" talks about Christmas.
And Batman interrogates him to find out where their holiday party is . . . because he wasn't invited. (Search for "The Hobbit - Ten Guaranteed Improvements" and "Bane Outtakes 2 - Auralnauts Holiday Edition.")
A comedian named Tom Mabe decided that his friend who has a SERIOUS drinking problem needed to be taught a lesson after he got his FIFTH DUI. So he waited until he passed out drunk, and pulled a pretty crazy prank.
Mabe and his friends took an empty office, set it up like a hospital room, and put the guy in the bed. Then when he finally came to . . . they made him think he'd crashed his car and been in a ten-year COMA. And they got REALLY elaborate with it.
The video is on YouTube, and about three minutes in, a "doctor" turns on a TV showing a fake news report about Miley Cyrus living in a TRAILER PARK, and Justin Bieber celebrating his 10-year anniversary with Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Then Mabe finally reveals it's a prank by pretending to be a doctor who's testing the guy's reflexes . . . by slapping him in the FACE over and over again.
At that point, the guy figures it out and starts LAUGHING. But Mabe just keeps slapping him and yelling that getting five DUI's is NOT FUNNY.
(Search for "Epic Don't Drink and Drive Prank." He wakes up at :55, and they tell him he was in a coma at 1:52. Then he watches the fake news report at 2:47, and the slaps start at 4:17.)
There are a couple new holiday videos out there to check out. The website ScreenJunkies.com posted a Christmas MOVIE MONTAGE on YouTube called "The Ultimate Christmas Movie Supercut".
And there's also a video of a crazy Christmas light display set to Ylvis's "The Fox" that's starting to make the rounds online. (Search for "Perkins Christmas Light Show 2013 - What Does the Fox Say.")